Ann Schwartz

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Alliance for Radical Change

In 1975 Seth Foldy, was a spokesman for the Alliance for Radical Change. Ann Schwartz, was another ARC member.[1]

LOM Contributing editor

In 1980, contributing editors to Line of March were Tom Angotti, Fran Beal, Ralph Beitel, William Bollinger, Dale Borgeson, Jim Dann, Michael Downing, Cam Duncan, James Early, Phil Gardiner, Steve Hamilton, Fred Lass, Dan Lund, Jan Newton, Tim Patterson, Mel Rothenberg, Ann Schwartz, Albert Szymanski.[2]

Frontline staffer

Line of March's new biweekly formatted Frontline, Volume 1, No. 1, June 27, 1983, listed correspondents included Ann Schwartz New York.

Frontline Anniversary events

Supplement Frontline June 1988

In 1988 Line of March celebrated the 4th Anniversay of their newspaper Frontline with a series of events around the country. Boston dinner speakers were Gus Newport and Ann Schwartz, Washington DC speakers were Irwin Silber and Hilda Mason. In Chicago it was Danny Davis and Fran Beal.


Frontline November 9, 1987

In 1987 Ann Schwartz served on the National Council of the Peace and Solidarity Alliance.


As at Nov. 13, 1989, the listed editorial staff of Line of March's Frontline included Ann Schwartz.

Socialist Scholars Conference 1990

The Socialist Scholars Conference 1990, held September 6-8, at the Hotel Commodore, New York, included panels such as:[3]

After the Cold War



  1. [The Stanford Daily, Volume 167, Issue 60, 16 May 1975]
  2. LOM, Vol 1,No 2, July Aug. 1980 p 2
  3. Second Annual Socialist Scholars Conference program.